Australia strengthens its control in the second round, in response to 468 runs, England’s score is 82/4 on the fourth day.

The Australian team came close to victory in the second round of the Ashes. After a huge lead in the first innings, the Australian team declared its second inning in 230 races for the loss of 9 wickets on day four of the Adelaide Test. England had a goal of 468 runs to win, but the second inning also started badly. The team’s first four batters soon returned to the pavilion. At the end of the game on the fourth day, England scored 82 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. On the final day Australia need 6 wickets to win, while England’s team will try to tie the game. The fifth day of this game will be decisive.

The Australian hitters couldn’t do much in the second inning. England bowlers dominated the first session and took 4 wickets. But Travis Head and Labushane played brilliant half centuries. Both batters scored 51-51 runs. Cameron Green came back undefeated with 33. Most of the team’s hitters flopped this inning and couldn’t score much. The Australian team scored 230 runs for the loss of 9 wickets and then declared their innings. For England captain Joe Root, David Malan and Olly Robinson took wickets 2-2. While Stuart Broad and James Anderson each took a wicket. Ben Stokes couldn’t get a wicket.

Pursuing the 468-run goal, the English team’s start was abysmal and Haseeb Hameed returned to the pavilion without opening an account. Following this, Rory Burns and David Malan together handled the entrances. However, Malan came out of lbw with a personal score of 20 runs. After this, Rory Burns also became a victim of Richardson with a personal score of 34. After this, Captain Joe Root was also fired after scoring 24 runs. At the end of the game on the fourth day, the England team scored 82 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Still, England need 386 races to win, which seems very difficult. On the fifth matchday, the English team will take to the field to save the game, but it will not be easy.

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